Dubai is probably not the first place you would think of when planning a snowboard trip, but the heart of adventure lies in act of defying the conventional and thinking outside of the box.
The third episode of the Postcard Series brings the Arbor team to the Land of the Rising Sun for adventures including, but not limited to: deep powder, sketchy street rails, sake bombs, backcountry booters, new beginnings and happy endings.
The Arbor team visited this Bighorned, Tetoned state during the winter of 2014, saw some of these giant, beautiful Buffalo, did some backcountry boarding, and bagged some banger backside bombholes. Don’t believe me? Just watch the video.
Watch the video above and enjoy some quality adventure time with the Arbor team as they scout spots and flip tricks in the frozen tundra known as the land of 1000 lakes.
Snowboard on The Block festival went down this past weekend in Denver and it was one helluva season kickoff party. Arbor pros Scotty Vine and Brandon Hammid flew out for the event to meet up with the local Arbor Snowboards crew, hang out, and celebrate the eminent coming of winter. Thousands of snowboarders rolled through
Few snowboarders are as creatively disconnected from reality as Scotty Vine. We believe that it is this disconnect that makes Scotty so talented at taking bizarre concepts and bringing them to fruition. His latest full part is no exception to this school of thought. Packed with outlier technique and unusual tricks, Scotty Vine’s Full Part 4 presents a rare approach to the rat race of filming a video part.
The past two years, the crew from Arbor Snowboards have put together Superpark edits that have gone down in the books and this year is no different. Scotty Vine, Brandon Hammid, Curtis Woodman, Sammy Spiteri, Sean Whitaker, Yuma Abe, Erik Leon, and more showed up to Mt. Hood Meadows this May to pick apart the Superpark features and select creative lines, exhibiting the Arbor brand of Earth surfing, jump sending, and rail riding that typifies a solid Superpark offering. We are pleased to showcase the riding of this talented team in this edition of Parallel SUPER Parking.
Put on your dancin’ boots because it’s a Ta-Hoedown with the Arbor team at the prodigiously stupendous mountains of Boreal and Northstar. Featuring Ian Sams, Scotty Vine, Alex Hereford, Sean Black, Yuma Abe, Erik Leon, and Blake Axelson.
The Arbor team heads to the land of 10,000 rope tows for some good old-fashioned high speed fun. Featuring Brandon Hammid, Scotty Vine, Sammy Spiteri, Sean Black, Austin Young, Mike Liddle, Tony Wagner, and Kayli Hendricks.
Check out the newest Dispatches article highlighting Arbor’s trip to Minnesota while filming for the Postcard Series V2 featured on SnowboarderMag.com. View the Full Article Here
After purchasing a parking spot to parallel park their pickup in the Park City parking lot, the Arbor team paraded the passage up to Park City’s perfectly prepped park…
Sitting parallel to the Venice Beach shoreline and the Arbor Snowboards headquarters is the San Bernardino Mountains, home of Bear Mountain.
Erik Leon, Ian Sams, Scotty Vine and a bunch of other wood-grain grippin’ fools parked the whip and whipped the park at Mammoth Mountain this November.
In the final installment of The Postcard Series with Scotty Vine, the crew heads to Washington to hit up Stevens Pass. Scotty is joined by fellow riders Mike Gray, Ryan McLaughlin, Blake Axelson, and Ian Wood as they take advantage of all that Stevens has to offer; deep powder lines, fun park laps, and technical jib features. Cheers to the end of this season and the beginning of another epic winter.
In the third episode of The Postcard Series with Scotty Vine, the crew flies east to New England, where Winter Storm Nemo has dumped three feet in Boston, Massachusetts. After hanging out in the streets of the Commonwealth, Scotty, Ben Ross, and Justin Melanson point it north to Loon Mountain, New Hampshire and then close out their trip with some unique features in the streets of Southern NH.
Check out Flux/Arbor riders, Scotty Vine, Erik Leon, Ian Sams, Blake Axelson, Robert Toste, Keoni Kaimuloa along with Shaun Murphy,
Alex Hereford, Tyler Lynch and Ryan Tarbell in Flux Bindings new series Breaking Bear shot on location at Bear Mountain and directed by Matt Devino and produced by Brad Farmer.
In this episode of The Postcard Series, Scotty Vine heads to Mammoth with fellow Arbor riders Mariah Dugan, Mark Reininga, and Mike Gray to take some laps in the park and then finds some urban spots around Mammoth. Afterwards, Scotty continues his California tour with Big Bear. Here, he’s accompanied by Erik Leon and Mike Gray, where they lay down some serious tricks in the Bear park. Be prepared for episode 3 on November 2nd!
In this episode, we follow Ian Sams as he prepares for, and competes in, Bear Mountain’s premiere event Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails with additional appearances by Erik Leon, Daniel Brown and Scotty Vine. Make sure you check back on Thursday, October 24th for the conclusion of Season 1 of Getting Lost With Ian Sams and his Full Part release!
In the first episode of The Postcard Series, Scotty Vine traverse the terrain in Tahoe and meets up with friends and Arbor Snowboards teammates, including Nick Visconti and Brent Oftedal. While the spots and features shown in episode 1 are as diverse as the collective styles of the riders, the one consistency is the amount of creativity that is present in every shot. Enjoy the first episode of The Postcard Series and stay tuned for more episodes.
Scotty Vine is back for his third full part online release and as usual it’s packed with incredibly creative and next level riding including his patented one and two-foot tricks with an ender that’ll leave you begging for more. This year, his travels took him to Big Bear, Mammoth Lakes, Lake Tahoe, Stevens Pass, Mt. Bachelor and Boston and from the parks to the powder and the streets, it’s all in his new Full Part 3. Get at it already!
When the Arbor Snowboards crew made their Snowboarder Magazine Superpark 17 video, there ended up being a ton of great footage that just didn’t make the cut. After our win in the Battle of the Brands it only made sense to make a “Cutting Room Floor” edit and give our team one last victory lap. Check out all of the clips that got clipped and may have been lost forever if not for the contest outcome with fresh shots
Arbor Snowboards’ Winning Video in Snowboarder Magazine’s “Superpark 17 – Battle of the Brands”. Battle Of The Brands 2013: Arbor from Snowboarder Magazine on Vimeo.
Arbor Snowboards and Flux Bindings got together for their first ever collaboration video from Bear Mountain’s Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails featuring Ryan Tarbell, Erik Leon, Scotty Vine, Lenny Mazzotti, Chad Tarbell, Uma Abe, and Ian Sams.
Once again for Bear Mountain’s Sunday In The Park episode 6, Scotty Vine makes an appearance with some…well…Scotty Vine style tricks. Another good one from the Bear crew.
Arbor Snowboards team riders, Ian Sams, Erik Leon, Scotty Vine, Mariah Dugan, Sammy Spiteri, and Brandon Hammid hooked up near Lake Tahoe, California for the Boreal Sessions!
In this week’s Bear Mountain Sunday In The Park, Arbor rider Scotty Vine and Regional shred, Robert Toste join the a crew of solid shredders.
The aftermath of the holidays are hard on everyone.
Nick Visconti brings back Dangerzone but now it’s for mature audiences only – DZ:MA!
It’s Snowboarder Magazine’s 12 Days of Christmas and this episode is all about Bear Mountain’s new Red Bull and GoPro urban snowboard plaza opening and Arbor team riders, Scotty Vine and Ian Sams where there for the shoot.
Arbor Snowboards rider, Scotty Vine lands on the cover of Snowboarder Magazine’s January 2012 issue. Congratulations Scotty!
Arbor Snowboards main team rider, Scotty Vine and and regional rider, Michael Gray hooked up during Mammoth Mountain’s opening week and this is what went down.
Wildcard presents their first movie in two years with Sred-A-Vision. Look for Arbor team rider, Joe Bosler to be featured along with cameos from other team riders including Scotty Vine.
It’s that time of year again when Arbor rolls out the red carpet and hosts snowboard movie premieres in Venice, California.
Check out Arbor riders, Scotty Vine, Ian Sams and Erik Leon in the new Bear Mountain movie, Feature Factory. Solid flick.
Arbor Snowboards and Flux Bindings got together for their first ever collaboration video from Bear Mountain’s Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails featuring Ryan Tarbell, Erik Leon, Scotty Vine, Lenny Mazzotti, Chad Tarbell, Uma Abe and Ian Sams.
Brandon Hammid, Sammy Spiteri, Erik Leon, Joe Bosler, Pat Reddy, Scotty Vine, Nick Visconti and Curtis Woodman come together at Snowboarder Magazine’s Superpark 16 for some good times shredding. This is the offical Battle of the Brands edit that made it to the final round.
Persevering through hard times shows courage and motivation to achieve goals, produces humility and can result in great accomplishments. The 2011/12 winter was the most difficult test of my life in snowboarding. I worked with many talented people over the course of the season who directly or indirectly affected the outcome of this video part.
On April 15th, 2012 Arbor Snowboard’s FACE/OFF event was held at Boreal Mountain Resort near Lake Tahoe. Some of the riders included the defending champ from last year’s FACE/OFF event, Erik Leon, along with Ben Ross, Kai Wiggens, Colton Morgan, Alex Hereford, Jeremy (Lemi) Landy, Jordan Welter and other standouts. The battle for first place
Arbor Snowboards is proud to announce the return of the FACE/OFF amateur and open rail competition at Boreal Mountain Resort on Saturday, April 14, 2012. Arbor team riders, Nick Visconti, Scotty Vine, Sean Black, Ian Sams, Sammy Spiteri, Brandon Hammid, Eli Weiner, Mark Reininga and more will be at the event to ride with competitors
Arbor Snowboards team riders, Mark Reininga, Scotty Vine, Mariah Dugan, Lynn Neil and Patrick Reddy get together for a Mammoth Main Park spring shred session.
In a winter of what if’s, I wish’s and all around WTF’s, sometimes you just have to roll the dice and give’er a go. Arbor rider’s Ian Sams and Scotty Vine set out on a trek from Salt Lake City to Aspen and then on to Denver just trying to get involved and make some
Transworld Snowboarding Magazine is putting several Park Sessions this season and of course Arbor Snowboards is there representing. Sean Black and Brandon Hammid made their way to the Copper Mountain edition first followed by Scotty Vine at the Aspen/Buttermilk version and Ian Sams will be attending the Bear Mountain session coming up. Check out video
Scotty Vine is back in Bear Mountain’s Sunday In The Park video series on Transworld Snowboarding Dot Com. It’s another wild part from Scotty and Sammy Spiteri knocks out a couple of of bangers to boot. It’s a good one to get in to.
Arbor team riders, Ian Sams and Scotty Vine hook up for an early season throw down at Bear Mountain with an appearance from Erik Leon. It’s just proper tricks and tons of flits on any given Sunday in Big Bear.
Scotty Vine and Eli Weiner are featured in Bear Mountain’s new Sunday In The Park episode #6. Mullets, flips and slams…it’s all in there!
The Arbor riders in Mammoth, dubbed the “Exit 203″ crew, camped overnight to be on the first chair for the official kick-off of the 2011/2012 winter season. Over the course of a four days Danny Thomas, Mariah Dugan, Mark Reininga, Patrick Reddy, Tres Green, and guest rider Scotty Vine worked hard to put together their
With delirium rapidly setting in, the van crew made their way back to Southern California stopping ay Wilamette Pass, Oregon and Truckee, California along the way. Erik Leon, Ian Sams, and Austin Young made the most of their last two days of shredding by hitting everything they could find. It’s officially a wrap…but could there
Arbor riders, Scotty Vine and Erik Leon snag most of the first Bear Mountain video of the season. There open and Scotty and Erik are already dominating the park. Get some!
The bizarre adventures continue for the Van Delirium crew including Ian Sams, Austin Young, Erik Leon and Eli Weiner as they make their way to Mt. Hood, Oregon for some quick laps and backyard sessions at the Summits. Then they head off to Stevens Pass, Washington for a couple days of backcountry fun where they
It has been an amazing season of Dangerzone episodes. We have been fortunate enough to be a part of exploring a different side of snowboarding that is fun and interesting and not just the same old crap. A big thanks goes out to Nick Visconti and the whole crew for keeping us amped on snowboarding
“In snowboarding, I believe imagination and creativity go hand and hand. Potential for creativity is everywhere, but people need to learn to recognize it by using their minds. I’ll never stop imagining or creating, because to me, that’s what makes snowboarding fun. The 2010/2011 winter was my favorite so far – I met amazing people
Arbor Snowboards sent a deep crew of riders to Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails including last year’s winner, Nick Visconti as well as Ian Sams, Scotty Vine and Cody Boan. This is their vision of Bear Mountain’s Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails much of which was shot through the eye of a Red Camera.
Why do we snowboard? Why do we care why we snowboard? If we care about why we snowboard, then are we really focusing on what matters most? What does matter the most? Why wouldn’t we just go snowboarding for the sake of snowboarding? Ian Sams, Austin Young, Erik Leon and Eli Weiner did just that.
Come by the Arbor tent at Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails at Bear on Saturday September 24th and you could win skateboards, apparel and possibly even a new snowboard. Also, check out team riders, Nick Visconti, Scotty Vine and Ian Sams competing for $10,000 in cash prizes.
The defining times in a persons’ season seem to usually involve either a specific day with the right people, a trick learned, a turn made, or a pillow dropped. For the Van Delirium crew the defining point in our season wasn’t a specific thing, it was a two week long blur of good friends, fun
Go do it in the park first because practice makes perfect. Check out Arbor riders Nick Visconti, Brandon Hammid, Sean Black, Sammy Spiteri, Scotty Vine and Austin Young along with friends in this new Tahoe Dangerzone episode. It gets done in the park.
Check out a very insightful interview with Scotty Vine on everybody’s favorite website that makes fun of snowboarding known only as YoBeat. Can you dig it? Click here to read it.
Scotty Vine, Chelone Miller, Cody Boan,Mark Reininga and the crew went up to Mount Bachelor to ride in Snowboarder Magazine‘s Superpark 15. The conditions were all time and Scotty Vine came out firing with an amazing new bag of tricks, earning him the coveted “Gatorade Go All Day Award” for being the event’s standout. Check
In may be summer, but that doesn’t mean the Arbor Snowboard team goes in to heat hibernation. Scotty Vine is up coaching snowboarding at High Cascade snowboard camp while Sammy Spiteri is over at Windells teaching the young shredders there. Nick Visconti‘s session at Windells is coming up in mid-July and Lynn Neil is up
It’s been said that good things come to those who wait…well, we’ve been waiting a long time for this: Arbor dominated Snowboarder Magazine‘s Superpark 15. Scotty Vine, Sean Black, Cody Boan, Chelone Miller, Joe Bosler, Brandon Hammid and Mark Reininga all went up to Mt. Bachelor, Oregon and killed it! Check out the four videos
Arbor team riders take the top spots at the Eddie Wall Ride at Mammoth Mountain during the West Coast Invitational. Cody Boan won best trick with a McTwist off of the chain link fence wall and Scotty Vine won the whole event with progressive tricks, one-foot variations, hand plants and riding hard all day.
Arbor Snowboards team rider, Scotty Vine connects with new team shredder, Erik Leon for some final laps at Bear Mountain during closing week of the 2010/11 season. Nothing but solid style and dirty tricks in this SoCal spring edit.
Scotty Vine may be the one-footed phenomena of snowboarding. He’s now mastered the 360 on the biggest jumps at Mammoth and has landed but not ridden away from the 720 at Northstar. He’s also nailed the one-footed double back and 720 on the Mammoth bag jump as seen in this recent video. In this video
The Arbor Snowboard’s FACE/OFF event took place at Bear Mountain and featured riders such as Scotty Vine, Nick Visconti, Ian Sams, Eli Weiner, Sean Black, Brandon Hammid, Austin Young, Sammy Spiteri, Erik Leon and more than 90 competitors. Thanks to all the sponsors: Bear Mountain, Flux Bindings, Electric, DVS, Skullcandy and Red Bull! Lodging provided
There’s nothing like riding Mountain High’s terrain park on a classic warm and sunny SoCal day in February. Cody Boan, Scotty Vine, Patrick Reddy, Danny Thomas and Mark Reininga got together for a seriously fun Arbor shred session at The High. Wicked smooth tricks were the name of the game in this high energy snowboard
Okay, it’s not video of the one-footed 7 that Soctty Vine landed on a jump at Northstar, but it is his practice run at Mammoth Mountain on the bag jump. While he was at it, he threw in a one-footed double back flip and a triple cork. That’s a lot of rotations. Enjoy this video
Mammoth Mountain’s Main Park was absolutely dialed in this February and Arbor Snowboards riders, Scotty Vine, Patrick Reddy, Mark Reininga, Danny Thomas and Andrew “Tres” Green picked it apart with a nice one-foot line from Scotty and probably some 1′s, 3′s, 5′s 7′s, 9′s, rodeos and maybe a double back-ie from the whole crew. It’s
When Main Park at Mammoth Mountain gets dialed in, it’s definitely Vinetime as in Scotty Vine-time and he is joined by Arbor rider, Mark Reininga who slays it and a couple of friends, Lonnie Kauk and Eric Jackson. This is some good stuff buddy.
ARBOR SNOWBOARDS ANNOUNCES SPONSORSHIP OF BEAR MOUNTAIN RESORT Arbor Snowboards is proud to announce that they have signed on as the official snowboard sponsor for Bear Mountain Resort. Arbor has made a move into the youth market with the development of “The System,” a series of snowboards, several of which are, specifically designed for freestyle
Scotty Vine along with local riders, Cody Boan and Blake Axelson handle some interesting street features along with some powder filled adventures in this all Colorado video from Arbor Snowboards.
Tahoe Dangerzone is back with another fun filled episode and this time around it’s all about POP…Popcorn, soda pop, popsickles, paparazzi, snap crackle pop, popular, mary poppins, papa murphys, lollipops, pop tarts, Pop culture, POP OVERS! Check out Arbor team riders, Scotty Vine, Brent Oftedal and Nick Visconti in this here episode.
Every once in a while something extraordinary comes out of snowboarding. Tahoe Dangerzone in general fits this bill but this particular episode of Season 3 is so good it’s alien. Once again, Nick Visconti and crew show that snowboarding is about having fun and this time he brings new Arbor team riders, Ian Sams and
Check out Arbor Snowboard team rider, Scotty Vine on the FUEL TV Green Label Experience with Keir Dillon.
Arbor Snowboards is proud to welcome Scotty Vine to their international snowboard team. “I’ve known Scotty since he was a little grom and I’ve been fortunate enough to watch him grow up and become one hell of a solid snowboarder,” says Arbor team director, Brad Farmer.” I’ve never seen him so determined heading into a
Check out some great photos from Bear Mountain’s Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails which went down in September. The photos were lost but now they and found. Interestingly enough, two new Arbor team riders who were not on the team yet at this event are featured here. As a matter of fact, it’s a bit
Would you camp out overnight in the 14 degree weather just to snag the first chair at Mammoth Mountain’s opening day? Well, several Arbor Snowboards team riders did just that. Check out the video of Patrick Reddy, Scotty Vine, Danny Thomas, Chelone Miller and friends getting in their first shred of the season at Mammoth
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Scotty is a peculiar human being. He always seems to have one foot rooted in reality and one foot out. It’s no surprise that he treats his snowboarding the same way. You’ve got to have a few screws loose to attempt and land the first one-footed double backflip. In Scott’s case he’s just lucky that they aren’t the screws to his bindings.
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